High Court of Madras Recruitment for Assistant Programmers at Chennai, Last Date – 15 March 2021

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Job Positions

  • Assistant Programmer

Job Details

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Job Type

Full Time

Interview Locations


Job Locations


Number of Openings


Joining Time

Not Mentioned –

Desired Experience

0 Years



Qualification Criteria

  • Candidate should have a Bachelor Degree in Science (or) Statistics (or) Economics (or) Commerce or any other discipline of a Recognised University of Indian Union
  • Technical Qualifications: Candidates must possess a Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications from any recognized University of Indian Union or any Institute recognized by the All India Council for Technical Education.

Skills Requirement

Key Skills

Computer Networks and Operating System, Application Development, Internet & Web Technologies, Software Tools and Techniques

Job Description

  • Applications are invited from eligible candidates ONLY THROUGH ONLINE MODE (https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in) for direct recruitment to the post of Assistant Programmer, governed by the Madras High Court Technical Manpower (Appointment & Conditions of Service) Rules, 2017.

Important Instructions

Instructions to Apply

  • Last date for Registration, payment of Registration Fee, submission of Online Application and for remittance of Examination Fee (payments to be made only through online. No offline payment permitted) – 15.03.2021

How to Apply ?

Please read all job details clearly and apply exactly as mentioned below only if you meet eligibility criteria.

Last Date to Apply: 15/03/2021

High Court of Madras

About Company: The High Court of Judicature at Madras, one of the three High Courts in India established at the Presidency Towns by Letters Patent granted by Her Majesty Queen Victoria, bearing date 26th June 1862, is the highest Court in the State of Tamil Nadu, exercising Original Jurisdiction over the City of Madras and Appellate Jurisdiction over the entire State as well as extra-ordinary Original Jurisdiction, Civil and Criminal, under the Letters Patent and Special Original Jurisdiction for the issue of writs under the Constitution of India.
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